Valentin Ivanus

Valentin Ivanus

Valentin Ivanus
Mai multe idei de la Valentin
............................................................................This is how god gives jewlery to plants ..................................................................

............................................................................This is how god gives jewlery to plants ..................................................................

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King of the Castle

King of the Castle

Transfagarasan,one of the most spectacular roads in the world,

Transfagarasan,one of the most spectacular roads in the world,

So beautiful!...Great example of an amazing macro shot and ladybird are a great subject!!..

So beautiful!...Great example of an amazing macro shot and ladybird are a great subject!!..

Near Lebanon, Kansas

Near Lebanon, Kansas

60132 "Marmion": This 1950's view of British Railways A1 Class Pacific loco 60132 'Marmion' was taken at Haymarket, Edinburgh. The recently completed A1 'Tornado' carries the number 60163, continuing the number sequence. Marmion was a batch of loco's named after Sir Walter Scott's characters/books and she regularly covered the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to Kings Cross. Even at rest she looks a formidable piece of equipment. Photo by Alredbus

60132 "Marmion": This 1950's view of British Railways A1 Class Pacific loco 60132 'Marmion' was taken at Haymarket, Edinburgh. The recently completed A1 'Tornado' carries the number 60163, continuing the number sequence. Marmion was a batch of loco's named after Sir Walter Scott's characters/books and she regularly covered the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to Kings Cross. Even at rest she looks a formidable piece of equipment. Photo by Alredbus

Photographed outside Aylesbury shed, this is the Metropolitan Railway's 2-4-0T D-Class locomotive No. 75 (works no. 4077). Six D-Class engines were produced, all of them being built by Sharp, Stewart & Co. in 1895. Withdrawn from service in 1922, they were the shortest and lightest of all the Metropolitan engines.

Photographed outside Aylesbury shed, this is the Metropolitan Railway's 2-4-0T D-Class locomotive No. 75 (works no. 4077). Six D-Class engines were produced, all of them being built by Sharp, Stewart & Co. in 1895. Withdrawn from service in 1922, they were the shortest and lightest of all the Metropolitan engines.

4176: British Railways built 2-6-2T No 4176 stands on the road outside Leamington shed on 5th October 1963

4176: British Railways built 2-6-2T No 4176 stands on the road outside Leamington shed on 5th October 1963

LNWR 'Dwarf' built at George England, New Cross

LNWR 'Dwarf' built at George England, New Cross